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New Bedford Folk Festival this weekend

New Bedford Folk Festival this weekend

The New Bedford Folk Festival will feature an impressive lineup of the best in contemporary, Americana, traditional, blues and Celtic folk music. Folk icon Tom Rush (pictured) and Grammy Award winner John Hammond will be joined by over 50 performers and groups including Susan Werner, Patty Larkin, Catie Curtis, The Nields, Peter Mulvey, Vance Gilbert,

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Fort Aqua: A Revolutionary Water Celebration

It’s an entire show based off earth’s purest resource: water. Featuring 3D floating water holograms, massive screens of water, towering fountains, mist and more. This 18+ event will kick off Independence Day weekend with an unbelievable water and laser light show on the North Lawn of Fort Adams. WHERE: Fort Adams, Newport WHEN: Friday, July 3;

C—Spotlight—Sandywoods

Phil Madeira and Brian McKenzie in Tiverton

Phil Madeira (pictured) is a Grammy Award winning multi-instrumentalist, singer songwriter, producer, artist, and author who has spent more than 20 years contributing to the recordings of artists such as The Civil Wars, Amy Grant, Alison Krauss, Vanessa Williams, Keb’ Mo’, Julie Miller, Mark Heard, and Phil Keaggy, among others. Brian McKenzie is an old

C—Spotlight—Bands

Summer Music Preview in Bristol

The Bristol Fourth of July Committee is proud to present the 26th Fourth of July Drum and Bugle Corps Competition, the Summer Music Preview. The Competition is one of the highlights of the Bristol Fourth of July Celebration, and has grown to become one of the finest competitions of top drum and bugle corps from

Thurston Gray of the Melville Park Committee paddles out on the pond in July 2014 before conducting a weekly water quality test as part of the Watershed Watch program. Photo by Jim McGaw.

Health advisory issued for Melville Pond in Portsmouth

Above: Thurston Gray of the Melville Park Committee paddles out on the pond in July 2014 before conducting a weekly water quality test as part of the Watershed Watch program. Photo by Jim McGaw. PORTSMOUTH — The R.I. Department of Health (HEALTH) and the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) have issued a health advisory for Melville Pond

2015 fireworks

East Providence Rec Department readies annual Fourth Fireworks

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Recreation Department presents the city’s annual Independence Day fireworks extravaganza Friday evening, July 3, at Pierce Memorial Field, 201 Mercer St. The event includes food concessions and a free concert with acts Pier 6ix, Gina Wesley & Dreamcatcher, Kicking Hole and Crushed Velvet. Fireworks follow the performances. Gates open

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Prime parade and picnic post at Linden Place

Located directly on the historic Bristol Fourth of July Parade route, Linden Place will be offering bleacher-style seating, tables and chairs under the shade of the Linden trees. Tour the mansion, stroll the gardens, and soak up the  festive atmosphere. Don’t miss out on Bristol’s biggest event of the year and support the restoration of

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Midshipmen coming to Bristol

The weekend after the Fourth of July, Bristol is bracing for a Naval invasion—a welcome one. Four U.S. Naval Academy 44’ Yawls will sail into Bristol Harbor on the morning of July 10 and moor off the Herreshoff Marine Museum for a three day port visit. Thirty five male and female Midshipmen and their five

C—Spotlight—Blithewold

Community Open Day at Blithewold

Blithewold would like to thank the community for its continued support with free admission to the mansion, gardens & arboretum. Spend the day at Blithewold and enjoy a picnic or a relaxing walk through the grounds. Staff will lead special activities throughout the day, including behind-the-scenes tours and children’s story times at the sod bench. Garden

Credit: Debbie Richmond

It’s butterfly season again!

Join Audubon Society of Rhode Island naturalists and other butterfly enthusiasts for the 12th annual North American Butterfly Association (NABA) Butterfly Count. Beginners are welcome on these naturalist-led walks that teach butterfly identification and promote the understanding of butterfly ecology in our state. WHERE: Audubon Environmental Education Center, 1401 Hope St., Bristol WHEN: Saturday, June

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